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Series D Week 37

Series D Week 37


Your Art Class Crows


This lesson is not about crows. It is about roosters. When roosters make the cock­a-doodle-doo sound it is said that they crow. Roosters are male chickens that are larger than the females, with longer feathers, bigger combs on their heads, and louder clucks and cackles and crowing. There are more than 60 breeds of chicken and they all descended from wild jungle fowl. The chicken became domesticated for their eggs. Light stimulates egg laying and the male rooster keeps watch when the female is tending to egg laying. Roosters make a different sound when a predator is spotted. Then the rooster goes back to crowing and showing off in front of the female. Perhaps Your Art Class can crow along. 

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